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Schools in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and two prominent New Hampshire institutions have all made headlines, not only for the sexual assault of students, but also for the gross mishandling of these cases by the administrations at the schools.
Two weeks ago, New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald announced that his office would launch an investigation into the conduct of teachers and administrators at the prestigious St. Paul’s School in Concord. Over the past several years, many stories have emerged of sexual conquest “games” that involved seniors preying on underclassmen, accusations of rape, and a recently released report from the school that identified at least 13 credible, decades-old allegations of sexual misconduct against students by faculty and staff.
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